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Kings Row   

10810 Telephone Road OFC -  Houston,  TX  77075  |  (713) 991-2660  |  RBI 35770

Our community offers the following amenities for your enjoyment:

  • Mail room
  • Party Room
  • Shaded sites
  • New swimming pool
  • Concrete patios
  • Basketball court
  • Fenced playground
  • Picnic & BBQ areas
  • New 3,600 sq ft. Club House with laundry, fitness center, and entertainment center with kitchen
  • Courtesy patrol officers
  • New Streets
  • Off- Street Parking
  • Surveillance Cameras
  • School bus stop
  • Security lights throughout the community and fenced perimeter

We offer our residents a full line of recreation facilities including a deep swimming pool for adult fun. we also have a well-kept commercial playground in a central location, a regulation tournament basketball court.

Schools in our district:

  • J.C. Mitchell Elementary
  • Albert Thomas Middle School
  • Ross Shaw Sterling High School

More About Houston:

From the everyday to the esoteric, Houston attractions are sure to satisfy almost any curiosity. The Houston space center, downtown aquarium, Houston zoo and surrounding parks offer family-friendly activities, and the Houston museum district is sure to please even the most discerning art patron. Sports fans will marvel at the modernity of Minute Maid Park and Reliant Park, as well as the recently constructed Toyota Center. For those seeking attractions off the beaten path, Houston sights such as the Orange Show Monument and the National Museum of Funeral History will undoubtedly appease a desire for the unusual. Any way you slice it, Houston has something for everyone.

The most visited site in Houston is the famed Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. Houston also hosts a variety of museums, many located in Houston’s museum district with fine choices like the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Natural Science, and the Health Museum. Kids of all ages can explore the Houston Zoo and Aquarium, and many visitors head to Brenham for picturesque springtime bluebonnet viewing, or tour the oldest working ranch in the US – George Ranch Historical Park. Visit nearby Galveston, a major cruise ship destination with its many beaches, moody gardens and Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Water Park.

If anything in specific makes Houston particularly cool, it’s the selection of local bars. As random as can be and alive with unique, spunky personalities, these hangouts cover almost every aspect of the entertainment spectrum. Houston’s local bars reflect the city’s multifaceted personality, blending the awkward with the graceful and the gritty with the glamorous. To truly experience the bizarre, eclectic fashion of Houston, stop into Brasil and see what happens when coffee shop grooves meet martini-sipping hipsters, or check out the Cadillac bar, which looks like a basement but is staffed by waiters wearing tuxedos. LZ Pub and Jax Grill are staples in the lives of locals, and the south-of-the-border vibes conjured by over 50 kinds of tequila at La Cuerva is just plain toxically hypnotic. No matter who you are or how you like to spend your nights out, Houston is supplied with a seemingly limitless list of places to get your own special groove on.

According to the New York Times, people in Houston spend more per capita on restaurants than residents of any other city; with so many choices, this information comes as no surprise. Beneath all of Houston’s glass and glitter is a restaurant scene that’s full of soul and flavor. Though this great city is forever engaged in a war with Dallas as to who has the best selection of restaurants in Texas, it’s widely agreed that Houston is far richer in the area of ethnic cuisine than big D. From rooftop restaurants serving unparalleled seafood preparations to Italian bistros making Napoli proud, even the most discerning palate can find exquisite reproductions of cuisine from all over the planet. Furthermore, in the tradition of the great Texan love for barbecue, Houston has enough restaurants serving up delicious, succulent steaks to send the nation’s cow population into a panic.